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The Roller Betties, as they’re called, are so popular, they’re divided into four teams — and going to the bouts is a big social event.
There are also the Bellingham Bells, but…you know, their games are really only an excuse to snack with your friends in the middle of a hot summer day.
And yes, you’ll shop there more often than you want to.
This store is everywhere in Northern Washington and during the fall, they have some of the best apples around. Educational opportunities are everywhere in Bellingham. Not only are many of the public schools pretty highly ranked, there are also multiple private schools, which feature lower-than-average student-to-teacher ratios, which is a good thing.
A hidden gem of the Pacific Northwest, little Bellingham, Washington, is a pretty college town just a handful of miles from the Canadian border.
But “the City of Subdued Excitement” is more than just a place for a home for Western Washington University — it’s a wonderland for outdoors-loving folks of literally every stage of life. Here are some things to know about Bellingham before you up and move there: Bellingham is less than 100 miles north of Seattle — so it’s really no surprise the two share a similarly rainy climate.
And while BHam averages just slightly less rainfall than (almost 35 annual inches, compared to Seattle’s 36 to 38, depending on the year and the weather patterns), it’s still definitely a factor when planning your great outdoor escapades.
With no football team at Western Washington University and no major league within an hour’s drive, Bellingham residents are really, really into one sport: Roller derby.
And for outside-of-the-classroom learning, there’s the Whatcom Museum and its little sister, the Children’s Museum.
The City of Bellingham even has a preschool program of its own.
Due to its high population of college students, there are lots of affordable rentals in Bellingham, which is both a good thing and a bad thing.